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Prince's Trust Rock Gala

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27 songs / 2:16:17

  1. 1 T'Pau / Introduction 00:31
  2. 2 T'Pau / Sex Talk 04:24
  3. 3 T'Pau / I Will Be With You 04:19
  4. 4 T'Pau / Heart and Soul 04:13
  5. 5 T'Pau / China In Your Hand 05:37
  6. 6 Wet Wet Wet / Wet Wet Wet Introduction 00:52
  7. 7 Wet Wet Wet / I Can Give You Everything 04:24
  8. 8 Wet Wet Wet / Wishing I Was Lucky 06:30
  9. 9 Wet Wet Wet / Sweet Little Mystery / Twist And Shout 05:53
  10. 10 Midge Ure / Dancing With Tears In My Eyes 05:00
  11. 11 Rick Astley / Never Gonna Give You Up 04:24
  12. 12 Black / Wonderful Life 05:00
  13. 13 Leonard Cohen / Tower Of Song 06:10
  14. 14 Phil Collins / Doesn't Anyone Stay Together Anymore 05:28
  15. 15 The Bee Gees / You Win Again 04:25
  16. 16 The Bee Gees / Jive Talkin' 04:17
  17. 17 Peter Gabriel / Sledgehammer 05:19
  18. 18 Howard Jones / What Is Love? 04:10
  19. 19 Phil Collins / I Missed Again 04:16
  20. 20 Phil Collins / You Can't Hurry Love 04:10
  21. 21 Joe Cocker / The Letter 04:57
  22. 22 Eric Clapton / Behind the Mask 06:05
  23. 23 Eric Clapton / Cocaine 06:18
  24. 24 Mark Knopfler / Money For Nothing 06:26
  25. 25 Elton John / I Don't Wanna Go On With You Like That 05:40
  26. 26 Eric Clapton / Layla 08:15
  27. 27 Joe Cocker / With A Little Help From My Friends 09:14
Description
The Prince's Trust was a charity organization formed by the Prince of Wales in 1976 after he completed his duty in the Royal Navy. Now in its 32nd year, the Trust has become the U.K.'s leading youth charity, offering a range of opportunities including training, personal development, business start-up support, mentoring, and advice. The first of the charity concerts began in 1982 and was headlined by Status Quo. After its success, several other mainstream superstars jumped on board, and between 1983 and 1987 the concerts featured such artists as George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Tina Turner, Bryan Adams, Pete Townshend, Joan Armatrading, Madness, Kate Bush, and Phil Collins. This performance from the 1988 Prince's Trust Rock Gala included an all-star cast of the biggest names in the business. Included in the show were Eric Clapton, Elton John, Mark Knopfler of the Dire Straits, Joe Cocker, Queen's Brian May, the Bee Gees, Howard Jones, Ultravox's Midge Ure, Rick Astley, Wet Wet Wet, T'Pau, Peter Gabriel, Leonard Cohen, and Phil Collins. The show was an overwhelming success both artistically and financially, helping to raise over £48 million for the charity. Musically, it was a mix of legendary songs and current Top 40 hits of that time. Superstars such as Elton John and Mark Knopfler performed one song each, but flavor-of-the-month pop stars such as T'pau and Wet Wet Wet performed three or four songs, none of which were very big hits outside of the U.K. All in all, there was incredible music made at this show.
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The Prince's Trust was a charity organization formed by the Prince of Wales in 1976 after he completed his duty in the Royal Navy. Now in its 32nd year, the Trust has become the U.K.'s leading youth charity, offering a range of opportunities including training, personal development, business start-up support, mentoring, and advice. The first of the charity concerts began in 1982 and was headlined by Status Quo. After its success, several other mainstream superstars jumped on board, and between 1983 and 1987 the concerts featured such artists as George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Tina Turner, Bryan Adams, Pete Townshend, Joan Armatrading, Madness, Kate Bush, and Phil Collins.

This performance from the 1988 Prince's Trust Rock Gala included an all-star cast of the biggest names in the business. Included in the show were Eric Clapton, Elton John, Mark Knopfler of the Dire Straits, Joe Cocker, Queen's Brian May, the Bee Gees, Howard Jones, Ultravox's Midge Ure, Rick Astley, Wet Wet Wet, T'Pau, Peter Gabriel, Leonard Cohen, and Phil Collins. The show was an overwhelming success both artistically and financially, helping to raise over £48 million for the charity.

Musically, it was a mix of legendary songs and current Top 40 hits of that time. Superstars such as Elton John and Mark Knopfler performed one song each, but flavor-of-the-month pop stars such as T'pau and Wet Wet Wet performed three or four songs, none of which were very big hits outside of the U.K. All in all, there was incredible music made at this show.